Pippi Goes to the Circus
Step aside, ringmaster. Pippi's in charge! Pippi Longstocking has her own special way of doing everything. When she goes to the circus, she doesn't just watch--she takes over! She stands on the back of a trotting horse, does spectacular tricks on the tightrope, and lifts the strongest man in the world over her head. You've never seen a circus like this before! Books about Pippi have been enjoyed by children all over the world for fifty years. "Pippi Longstocking...has inspired generations of children with her spunk and power." --Kirkus Reviews
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